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Does Economic Space Matter?

Essays in Honour of Melvin L. Greenhut

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Does Economic Space Matter? by Arthur J. Wolak
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A festschrift to honour Mel Greenhut, who has long toiled on spatial economics, this book focuses on a single question - if and how economic space matters, discussing theoretical, as well as historical issues of contemporary relevance. Subjects covered include historical accounts of spatial economics; land use and public goods; and location theory and spatial competition. Hiroshi Ohta is the author of "Theory of Spatial Pricing and Market Areas" (with M.L. Greenhut), "Spatial Price Theory of Imperfect Competition" and "New Frontiers in Regional Science". Jacques-Francois Thisse is the co-author of "Discrete Choice Theory of Product Differentiation". The contributors include Simon P. Anderson, William J. Baumol, Bruce L. Benson, Andre de Palma, B. Curtis Easton, Nicholas S. Economides, Robert B. Ekelund Jr, Ronald D. Fischer, John G. Greenhut, Timothy J. Gronberg, Robert E. Hebert, Hong Hwang, Amoz Kats, Tatsuhiko Kawashima, Chao-Cheng Mai, Milton H. Marquis, Edwin S. Mills, Gordon M. Myers, Hisao Nishioka, George Norman, Yorgos Y. Papageorgiou, Louis Phlips, Susan Rose-Ackerman, Noboru Sakashita, Paul A. Samuelson, Douglas G. Sauer, Thomas R. Saving, Nicolas Schmitt, Takaaki Takahashi, Michaus T. Tideman.
Release date NZ
August 17th, 1993
Contributors
Edited by Hiroshi Ohta Edited by Jacques-Francois Thisse Introduction by Hiroshi Ohta
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
XXXIV, 410 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
410
Dimensions
140x216x40
ISBN-13
9780333586471
Product ID
2249331

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